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... a while before giving up and realizing we needed a different plan. Sean's sister, Nikki, went and found his original set of keys that had been turned in at the Humane Society after being lost there some couple weeks earlier. So she grabbed the keys and made the drive to the north side to rescue us. We had no food or water, my phone ended up dying, Sean's phone was already dead, and Sean was supposed to have picked up his girlfriends kids from school. At one point I ...
... and Dick's for delicious cake McKell had made. She made sure there were lots and lots of candles on the cake. I should probably mention that Marilyn and I were college roommates in 1958-9 so we've been friends forever!
Final leg starts tomorrow as we head for Reno with a stop in Winnemucca.
We stayed the night in Boise and got up early to have breakfast with some old friends who are stationed in Mountain Home... Their daughter loves all things space... Jada got to try on her cool astronaut costume. We love the Cates! Thanks for the yummy ...
... in about 2 miles in to the first cave named Boy Scout Cave. When I saw what we had to go into I said no way! Let's not and say we did! First of all, you are on your own...no guides or Park Rangers. You need to climb down this mountain of lava rock and then squeeze into a cave until it opens up. There was no way I was doing that. If Rich got stuck how would I get him out! LOL
We then ...
... Kristin Armstrong, leader of the Exergy TWENTY12 Team, who brought home Olympic Gold from Beijing in 2008, and is aiming for London this year. How she got into cycling is a rather unusual story.
Kristin was a swimmer; a Junior Olympian by age 17. She excelled as a triathlete until she was diagnosed with osteoarthritis at age 27. No more running at an elite level, she was told, but cycling was good therapy. Now 38, ...
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